Beyoncé reveals UK tour dates - ticket details

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Beyonce has confirmed that she will play a string of UK and Irish tour dates, including four nights at London's O2 Arena, in April and May.

Billed as The Mrs Carter Show, Beyoncé's world tour kicks off in Serbia in April, eventually reaching the UK at the end of that month. Beyonce will perform in London, Manchester, Birmingham and Dublin throughout April and May including two nights in Ireland at The O2 in Dublin.

The announcement follows Beyonce reuniting with Destiny's Child and performing at the Super Bowl half-time show last night (February 3).

The trio came together midway through Beyonce's prestigious appearance in the middle of the American football game between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers, with Rowland and Williams springing out of trapdoors to join her onstage.

They performed a brief medley of songs, including 2001's 'Bootylicious' and 2000's 'Independent Women', before a ring of flames circled the stage and the three women sang Beyoncé's 2008 hit 'Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)'.

Beyonce will play:

Birmingham, LG Arena (April 26)
London, O2 Arena (29, 30, May 1, 3)
Dublin, The O2 (11, 12)


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